The Two Nice Chinese Songs

The Two Nice Chinese Songs

If there is anything that can accurately depict the passing of time, it is probably our tastes in music. Music is like a balm for the soul, and since people have lived, music has been an intrinsic part of our lives. No matter whether you are tone deaf or an amazing singer.

there is one thing we all have in common with the people of our generation, and that is our taste in music. 90‘s people, if you are sick of all the auto tune and trendy beats in music today, let us bring you down memory lane as we give you 10 mandarin songs that people in our generation grew up listening obsessively to.

1.I Am Suddenly Missing You-Mayday

The five-man alternative rock band known as Mayday, founded by a group of former high school friends in Taiwan in 1997, is set to kick off an U.S. tour with a performance at Madison Square Garden on March 22.

Like the "British Invasion," when the Beatles opened the U.S. door to U.K. music acts such as the Rolling Stones and the Who, there's been some speculation that this tour could be the beginning of the "Chinese Invasion," paving the way for the import of more Chinese pop culture.

Members of Mayday are all around 40 years old but they have the looks and appeal of a boy band. They're dynamic. Although they work hard to polish their music in the recording studio, Mayday rose to fame by playing their songs in bars and performing concert sets based largely on the vibe that they appear to feel from themselves and the audience and they don't plan on rehearsals during this tour.

That impromptu energy is what fans imbibe. Mayday keeps fans coming to their concerts by making them part of the dream with interactive performances. Standing in rows of seats, each member of the audience holds up a colored placard, forming a large mosaic of the concert city's name.

Flipping the cards creates a rainbow. In 2012, the band was also the first Chinese band to hold a YouTube live stream concert, which had more than 50,000 tuning in.

"I am suddenly missing you" is an emo song about missing someone dearly. I do not know about you guys, but when we had our heart broken in the 90s, we listen to emo songs like this to make us feel better. It worked, surprisingly. Whoever you may be and wherever you are, this song can touch your heart easily.

I believe there are more people moved by this song. Because I deem this could interpret young people desperate to pursue our own ideal. On the way, we can do ourselves to be a brave people to love the one you love.

This song taught me a lot of truths, as follows: I understanding of "what is the youth", We should don't afraid of failure. Because we are young, so we need not fear of failure, we can come again and again. Only by making mistakes can we know what is we really want in our lifetime.You can get it according to the download method.

2.One thousand Years Later -JJ Lin

And of course we will obsess over this song. Not only is it nice. It is sung by our very own JJ Lin. This song expresses the eternal love. Just imagine it! A love experiences one thousand years without any change. It is so loyal and beautiful. At the same time, it is so sadness.

We can not do anything about it. We can only feel this sad story through listening to the song. This song also taught me a truth, the love is the emblem of eternity: it confounds all notion of time; effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end.

We also have shared some old Chinese songs for you before,just enjoy it in our website.

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